Ad Libido

Join Fran’s hilarious quest for a 'normal' sex life.

Fran wants to want sex. But no matter how many wonder cures she tries, she doesn’t feel like her fire’s been lit. Sometimes it hurts. Join Fran on a “Laugh-out-loud” quest (with songs) as she pursues a ‘normal’ sex life. ★★★★★ LondonTheatre1.

Expect toe tapping tunes, a magic penis and a visit to Sex Camp

Ad Libido explores Fran’s own experience of Female Sexual Dysfunction, (which covers problems with sexual response, desire, orgasm or pain during sex) a condition affecting at least 43% of women.

Audience response to Ad Libido:
“Honest, vulnerable, hilarious. Cried both with laughter and sorrow”
“Joyful and utter genius”
“A very personal insight into that thing we all pretend to really know how to do”

Theatre
1hr 00m
The Vaults
21 — 25 Feb 21:15
£11.50
18+
21:15
24 Feb
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Dates

Wednesday 21 February Wed 21 Feb 21:15 Included in 2 for 1 Offer Book Now
Thursday 22 February Thu 22 Feb 21:15 Included in 2 for 1 Offer Book Now
Friday 23 February Fri 23 Feb 21:15 Book Now
Saturday 24 February Sat 24 Feb 16:45 Matinee Book Now
Saturday 24 February Sat 24 Feb 21:15 Book Now
Sunday 25 February Sun 25 Feb 21:15 Included in 2 for 1 Offer Book Now

About the company

Fran Bushe

Fran Bushe is a prizewinning playwright and an award nominated comedian. Her work has been performed at Soho Theatre, Underbelly (Edinburgh), The Pleasance and Theatre503.

★★★★ Female Arts
★★★★ Ed Fringe Review
★★★★ Arts Award Voice
“I don’t think I have ever heard an audience laugh quite so loud” – A Younger Theatre
“Great fun” – The Scotsman
“Brilliant. Epic. Poignant” – West End Wilma

Artistic Team
Written and performed by
Fran Bushe
Directed by
Ellen Havard
Composition by
Ben Champion
Sound design by
Annie May Fletcher
Choreography by
Sarah Blanc

Press & Reviews

Praise for Ad Libido

★★★★★ “Laugh-out-loud... Expressive and engaging... Admirable and authentic”

Praise for Fran Bushe's previous work

★★★★ Female Arts
★★★★ Ed Fringe Review
★★★★ Arts Award Voice
"I don’t think I have ever heard an audience laugh quite so loud" A Younger Theatre
"Great fun" The Scotsman
"Brilliant. Epic. Poignant" West End Wilma